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Why do Polish women prefer foreigners for boyfriends and husbands?


cavalier_101
19 Nov 2006  #1
personally i have several reason :-
1 - Life is more interesting with someone who has different experiences and background to your own.
2 - Polish men drink too much.
3 - Westerners work harder and earn more money than Polish men.
4 - Polish men are less refined.
5 - Polish men are less intelligent.
6 - Polish men don't shower as often
7 - Polish women want something more than Polish men and Poland can offer.
8 - Polish women realise that you only live once so why settle for second best.

9 - Their children will have the advantage of knowing two languages and having two nationalities.
10 - Their friends will be envious.
Maati 1 | 178
19 Nov 2006  #2
hi, i have a foreign life-partner as well but wouldn't say that Polish men are less inteligent... i have many male polish friends who would outsmart everybody... also, my own brother is a young, tall, handsome, very intelligent, honest and still single :) no, the last was a joke... polish guys may be much poorer than western guys but truly it's not their fault... it is this f***** country and its governments fault... especially if it comes to the young and well-educated people who have a problem now with getting a good job in their own country... polish guys do not drink too much, at least the younger generation. i guess, we prefer to smoke pot and sometimes to use drugs, which is not that good...maybe...
uk_ 8 | 85
19 Nov 2006  #3
Westerners work harder and earn more money than Polish men.

Polish men don't shower as often

Polish men drink too much

That's true. :)
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
19 Nov 2006  #4
Oh, well. Not much prospects for succeeding there. Maybe it's time to shuffle off this mortal coil in some stylish way ?



Maati 1 | 178
19 Nov 2006  #5
You would be surprised but all of the Polish guys I slept with knew how to use a toilet properly and how to take a bath or shower. They were showering often (especially after good sex) and I believe they still do. And they even were using soaps and perfumes. Unbelievable ...
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
19 Nov 2006  #6
during a good, passionate sex ...

Hmmm, I find it a little >distracting< taking shower during sex, but maybe I'm just wrong :)
Maati 1 | 178
19 Nov 2006  #7
"Hmmm, I find it a little >distracting< taking shower during sex, but maybe I'm just wrong"

OK, crazy sex IN the shower ... :)
miranda
19 Nov 2006  #8
You would be surprised but all of the Polish guys I slept with knew how to use a toilet properly and how to take a bath or shower. They were showering often (especially after good sex) and I believe they still do. And they even were using soaps and perfumes. Unbelievable ...

well, how nice of you to say that - it sounds as if you were pleasantly surpried to have succede with apes. Why did you lower your standards?
Maati 1 | 178
19 Nov 2006  #9
Because I am one of these APES too. I am Polish.
I know my English is Borat-like but I thought you would understand sarcasm...
Patrycja19 63 | 2,700
19 Nov 2006  #10
personally i have several reason :-

Bunch of garbage, any man can be all of this, or turn out to be just the opposite.

just like any woman can be all of this or just the opp.

your describing alcoholics- any man can be a drinker, not take a shower for days and
reek . its called choices, we make our own choices.

if you choose the wrong path, then yeah, later on it will bite you in the arse.
but sorry, dont agree with this I have to knock down polish men crap.

there are plenty of them on here who are sucessful and very well mannered and
have morals, so your assumption is really kinda off the wall.

but narrowminded -quit wastin the threads post more intelligent conversations please.
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
19 Nov 2006  #11
that actually made me laugh....probably the funniest thing I have ever read....never met a smelly Pole yet...but met plenty of smellies from lots of other cultures!!:)
kryzs
19 Nov 2006  #12
do Polish women prefer foreigners

Intresting. Subject. I read it and think your off course.

1) I think they marry foreign men to stay in the country and get a green card and work hard themselves. So they can help there families back home.

2) All men drink to much. Check any local bar and its full of men drinking and watching some sporting event.
3) Actually I think foreigners work much harder than westerners. Especially poles. They babysite others peple kids,Work 7 days a week in most cases. And are never afraid to work 2 jobs and 7 days a week.

4) Poles are a lot more gentleman like than westerners.
5) More poles per capita go to college and higher education than westerners.
6) They shower between the 2 jobs, 7 days a week.
7) Polish women want there man here in the states so he will have better with her, This way they will have more.
8) Polish women do realise they want the best thats why they marry a pole.
9) They realise there kids will know three languages, Spanish is the # one languag in the world.
10) There freinds will return to poland . To find a Pole
Maati 1 | 178
19 Nov 2006  #13
1) I think they marry foreign men to stay in the country and get a green card and work hard themselves. So they can help there families back home.

My partner has American passport.
I met him in the States and I came back to Warsaw WITH HIM .
We are not married and I do not give a ... about American Green Card.
I love American folks though. Some of them are great friends still....
kryzs
19 Nov 2006  #14
I met him in the States and I came back to Warsaw WITH HIM .
We are not married and I do not give a ... about American Green Card

That should have been #11.

11) Many poles that come to the USA , Leave and go back to there beloved country.

Sorry i forgot a lot of poles actually get tired of the USA and go back....
glowa 1 | 291
19 Nov 2006  #15
personally i have several reason :-

some prefer foreigners like you, some don't. some are curious some aren't that's it.
to me, naming reasons is the same as giving excuses.
at the end of the day, who cares?
you go out with an English or any other, hey, have fun!!!
why do you think you need to explain it. feel guilty of something?
Maati 1 | 178
19 Nov 2006  #16
actually, it was my partner who was very tired of the US :)
but i would not like to raise our children there... and i think catholic pl is not the best place too, so it's the time to move somewhere again...
miranda
19 Nov 2006  #17
why do you think you need to explain it. feel guilty of something?

good point Glowa!
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
20 Nov 2006  #18
Could it be that you are just looking for confirmation of that controversial thesis of yours, so that your ego would extend and you would have more confidence in approaching a polish girl? You know, if Polish guys are so terrible than polish girls must have lower standards and stuff like that, right? Well, sorry to disappoint you, but that is just plain old silly. Better luck next time, though. :)

PS: Actually I'm not sorry at all. I was just trying to be polite and I'm telling this just in case nobody would call me a liar. :) (yeah I know, sometimes I can be a real b!tch :) Don't want to offend anyone though, so don't take this joke to personally folks :) )
UKGUY
1 Mar 2007  #19
As a British man I would say Polish men are more intelligent than British men generally. I have worked with some in computing and they are really good at it. Blows us out of the water!
Sadie
1 Mar 2007  #20
As a British man I would say Polish men are more intelligent than British men generally

I know lots of intelligent, good looking and funny British men and I have been unfortunately to meet some British idiots as well, Im sure it's the same with Polish., lets not generalise

People in IT are usually geeky, badly dressed and have no personality, or is that just a stereotype?
marchewka
1 Mar 2007  #21
Sadie,seriously speaking it's a stereotype, since I know IT people and they are just passionate about what they are doing and are quite socially skilled, however they do speak a different language at times:), especially when taking to each other:)
Magdushya 3 | 104
1 Mar 2007  #22
1 - Life is more interesting with someone who has different experiences and background to your own.
2 - Polish men drink too much. Maybe, but I can drink more then them sometimes, so no problems with it:)
3 - Westerners work harder and earn more money than Polish men. Hmmm... I don't care so much about money, but about love, tollerance, sacrifice, friendship between men and women.

4 - Polish men are less refined. Sometimes women need somebody who care more about her then posh manners
5 - Polish men are less intelligent. No way!!! LOL
6 - Polish men don't shower as often. If yes it means they don't need to do it so often:)
7 - Polish women want something more than Polish men and Poland can offer. So what MORE others can???
8 - Polish women realise that you only live once so why settle for second best. TRUE!

9 - Their children will have the advantage of knowing two languages and having two nationalities. So they can settle in another country, effect is the same, if you care about children's education you can teach them other languages however.

10 - Their friends will be envious. [/quote] HIHIHI! and other nationalities no? Sorry, i just was with italian guy. THANKS....

I know now- ONLY POLE, somebody who respects me and my culture and know something more about it then from books and films or stupid comments of others, who open the doors, kissing my hand, carring me on the hands, knightly is more important for me than refined.
daffy 23 | 1,508
1 Mar 2007  #23
i like that about my love. I am very romantic and she appreciates it so much more than any girl in the past who see it as 'corny'

there are pros and cons to any relationship from the same nationality and internationallly. But its really not worth saying one is better than the other is it?

I dont think we could really, seriously make a DEFINITE ten point list of FACTs about it. (but in fun, of course :) )
shewolf 5 | 1,077
1 Mar 2007  #24
Sorry, i just was with italian guy.

And how was it? :)
North Pole
1 Mar 2007  #25
Hi, cavalier_101. You are a moron. You know nothing about polish men. And also you are a coward, because to insult somebody on internet from little hiding hole, it`s what cowards do.
Huegel 1 | 296
1 Mar 2007  #26
I like the fact that, even though he was about to insult him, Northpole still said Hi first. :)
UKGUY
1 Mar 2007  #27
I don't understand this battle for supremacy between Polish and British men. I mean to say its like saying Polish or British men are more "superior" than asians and black people. What utter ball ****!! We all have skills and strengths. If people are not intelligent to understand that we are all equal in every sense of the word than they are by definition RACIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
UKGUY
1 Mar 2007  #28
When some of the old Polish people of the Communist days, tell me that Soviet helicopters flew over Warsaw and shot demonstrators, I didn't beleive them. I don't think spoilt british people could imagine the tyrany of the communist regime. We have to appreciate that eastern bloc countries have only had 20 years to recover from complete bankrupcy, so..............
Magdushya 3 | 104
1 Mar 2007  #29
And how was it?

Could be better :) He has got a look ...only:-(

eastern bloc countries have only had 20 years to recover from complete bankrupcy, so..............

Pardon, but including Poland also?
ArturSzastak 3 | 593
1 Mar 2007  #30
People in IT are usually geeky, badly dressed and have no personality, or is that just a stereotype?

That is very much a stereotype. The way you dress depends on where you live. My cousins work with computers and they are far from geeky looking. They are party animals and one of them, Jakub, is dating a cheerleader for Erie, PA's Arena football team.

The Erie Freeze, anybody in US hear of them?? Their cheerleaders are called the Chillerz, that might help. God knows I pay more attention to them than the game. :)


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